Gloria Martin-Roberts used strong words to excoriate incumbant Mayor Eric Papenfuse, accusing him of defamation of character, and she highlighted a pattern of his dirty political tactics.
It was also revealed that Fowler was sentenced to serve a period of probation as punishment for her decades-long crime spree. Ellison was outraged by this and said, “After all those charges? She should be under the damn prison by now.”
Dauphin County Judge Andrew Dowling issued his decision that Otto Banks does live in Harrisburg, thus delivering a blow to James Pianka’s attempt to have him removed from the ballot.
Mayor Eric Papenfuse of Harrisburg was interviewed by racial activists on a fringe podcast called ‘Shoobin It Real’ in the city on Sunday afternoon. Papenfuse used their social media platform to attack his critics, and to broadcast lies about private citizens in what appeared to be a collaborative effort that was partially scripted and rehearsed.
WATCH: Mayor Papenfuse blasted in live interview for using black voters, awarding contracts to Republican donors
According to Shoob, people are saying that Eric Papenfuse doesn’t serve black neighborhoods in Harrisburg, and they are calling him the mayor of Midtown, or the mayor of 3rd Street where he owns many commercial properties. Shoob blasted Papenfuse for using Karl Singleton as his token black friend to gain votes. He said Papenfuse has been exposed for awarding city contracts to his campaign donors, many of whom are Republican.
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania – Lewis Butts, a democrat candidate for Harrisburg Mayor, appeared on the Shoopin It Real podcast this week to discuss his bid for […]
Attorney James Ellison has a long and checkered past in Harrisburg as a key player in its financial collapse. Now he is managing the mayoral campaign of Otto Banks.
Former Councilman Otto Banks voted for the incinerator debt and he stands by that vote saying, “All the information at that time, and with the financial condition of the city, it was essential that we vote in the affirmative to pass it,” stated former city council member Otto Banks. “We had no other plan in place. No other choices. We wanted to see Harrisburg grow and thrive and we knew we couldn’t build Camelot on a swamp of debt.”
Exclusively for hbg100.com, Lewis Butts gave a preview of his 2021 “Harrisburg First” mayoral campaign.